Whether through connecting with students in her classroom or enjoying the many food stops in Houston, teacher Mal Bernardo embraces the city as she explores how her identity and family history impact her perspective.
Recognized throughout Houston and the globe for her dedication to education and community service, Y. Ping Sun is a leader and legend in Houston's Asian American community. Learn about her journey to the United States in a short interview.
Produced in partnership with the University of St. Thomas MAX Studios, Asia Society Texas' video series 'Houston's Asian American Journeys' illuminates the voices of Asian Americans whose stories reflect Houston's rich diversity.
In conversation with moderator Mustafa Tameez, former Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes discussed his new book 'After the Fall,' the rise of nationalism across the globe, and the contributing factors he has identified.
In conversation with moderator Charles Foster, Asia Society President and CEO Kevin Rudd spoke on opportunities and concerns around China's Belt and Road Initiative, as well as implications for the U.S. and Western countries.
At a joyful summer evening at Miller Outdoor Theatre, Karmagraphy and dancers from the Movement Performing Art Studio presented a larger-than-life dance production infused with energetic Bollywood flair.